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Blink-182 Drop New Merch To Raise Money For Australian Bushfire Relief

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Blink-182 recently dropped a new exclusive merchandise collection in order to raise money for Australian Zoo, an organization providing medical care and rehabilitation to wildlife impacted by the deadly Australian bushfires.


Blink-182 recently dropped a new exclusive merchandise collection in order to raise money for Australian Zoo, an organization providing medical care and rehabilitation to wildlife impacted by the deadly Australian bushfires.

"Australia is being ravaged by deadly fires, and we just feel so helpless," the band tweeted. "We put out a new merch line + donating all proceeds to charity. Let's do our part to make sure everyone, the environment, plus all of these kangaroos & koala bears are safe."

Australia has been affected by one of the deadliest natural disasters in its history as bushfires continue to spread across the country. The fires have claimed the lives of at least 20 people and killed millions of animals.

Bassist Mark Hoppus revealed that the products generated over $20,000 within the first 24 hours.

"Thanks to your support and generosity we've already raised more than $20,000 to help the animals devastated by the fires in Australia," Hoppus tweeted. "Let's keep it going!"

Several other bands and musicians have also come forward to provide support during ongoing disaster in Australia.

Earlier this month, Metallica donated over $500,000 toward bushfire relief efforts, while Elton John contributed $1 million.

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Blink-182 Drop New Merch To Raise Money For Australian Bushfire Relief


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Blink-182 recently dropped a new exclusive merchandise collection in order to raise money for Australian Zoo, an organization providing medical care and rehabilitation to wildlife impacted by the deadly Australian bushfires.

Blink-182 recently dropped a new exclusive merchandise collection in order to raise money for Australian Zoo, an organization providing medical care and rehabilitation to wildlife impacted by the deadly Australian bushfires.

"Australia is being ravaged by deadly fires, and we just feel so helpless," the band tweeted. "We put out a new merch line + donating all proceeds to charity. Let's do our part to make sure everyone, the environment, plus all of these kangaroos & koala bears are safe."

Australia has been affected by one of the deadliest natural disasters in its history as bushfires continue to spread across the country. The fires have claimed the lives of at least 20 people and killed millions of animals.

Bassist Mark Hoppus revealed that the products generated over $20,000 within the first 24 hours.

"Thanks to your support and generosity we've already raised more than $20,000 to help the animals devastated by the fires in Australia," Hoppus tweeted. "Let's keep it going!"

Several other bands and musicians have also come forward to provide support during ongoing disaster in Australia.

Earlier this month, Metallica donated over $500,000 toward bushfire relief efforts, while Elton John contributed $1 million.

Copyright(c) 2019 RTTNews.com. All Rights Reserved


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